All of us, no matter how self-confidant we are, have experienced a moment, or longer, of doubt or indecision. For some unknown reason, our self-assurance leaves us in a void of what do I do now? It makes no difference whether or not we are committed bare practitioners (naturists/nudists) or committed clothing wearers. This questioning of our beliefs, practices or habits, at least in my humble perspective, is a good quality that serves to re-affirm our dedication or leads us into different pursuits.
A periodic examination or re-examination of ourselves allows us the opportunity to grow as a person and to assess our situations and determine what is best for us at that one particular moment. This, in turn, can enable us to make any life-changing decisions and potentially alter our lives.
“Truth is, most of us contain a splashing, giggling, squealing child inside us who knows that bare skin and water go together as wings go with air, roots with earth and the phoenix with the incendiary sun.” ~ Unknown
Author’s Note: Aaron, my husband, and I returned from spending the week at his parents late last night. It was an unexpected trip due to an emergency in his family. This post is somewhat similar to my previous post, “Bare Support,” but as an extension to that theme.